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In the future, if you want to live to the ripe old age of 150 and beyond, you will have to take matters in your own hands. While gene therapy, stem cell science, and even nanotechnology will provide the tools to live to such ages, it will be up to each of us to figure out how to take advantage of these magnificent new breakthroughs.
In one of his recent appearances on Southern California radio station KNX-AM internationally-known sociologist/futurist Dr. Michael G. Zey author of the forthcoming book Ageless Nation, claimed that each of us must become "health detectives" to keep abreast of scientific developments that can cure our diseases and extend our lives.
We can use tools such as the Internet and websites such as WebMD.com, Healthline.com and Medline.com to get the latest life-saving medical information. Gone are the days, Zey said, when people relied solely on family doctors and schools for information on diseases, their symptoms and their cure.
According to Dr. Zey, the recent explosion in "medical tourism"--people seeking medical treatment in locales outside their home country--is a direct result of people becoming "health detectives."
From his offices in Morristown NJ, Zey stated that "The medical tourism trend is almost completely driven by folks simply getting on the Internet and discovering they can get quality medical care at one-third the price in places like India, the Philippines, and Eastern Europe."
In his lectures, media appearances, and Ageless Nation Dr. Michael Zey actively encourages audiences to become "health sleuths," to avail themselves of the miracles wrought by what he terms the "Superlongevity Revolution."
TO INTERVIEW DR. ZEY ABOUT THESE ISSUES AND HIS FORTHCOMING BOOK "AGELESS NATION" CONTACT HIM AT 973- 879-4776 (cell) 973-538-8192, or. OR E-MAIL HIM THROUGH http://WWW.ZEY.COM , OR
About Michael G. Zey
Dr. Michael G Zey is the author of the forthcoming Ageless Nation (New Horizons Press/Kensington), “The Future Factor” (Transaction Publishers; McGraw-Hill hard cover), as well as “Seizing the Future: The Dawn of the Macroindustrial Era” (Simon and Schuster/ Transaction Publishers) and The Mentor Connection.
Dr. Zey regularly discusses various aspects of superlongevity on Los Angeles/Southern California newstation KNX-AM. Michael Zey’s views on social and techno-trends have appeared in the LA Times, Boston Globe, Worth, Smart Money, the Christian Science Monitor, Entrepreneur, the Sacramento Bee, the Dallas Morning News, The Age (Melbourne, Australia) La Liberation (Paris), The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ABCnews.com, Radio Free Europe, La Monde, and XMSatellite’’s USAToday/Newstalk station, NJ Business, as well as on WABC’s “Batchelor and Alexander Show, and Wisconsin Public Radio. TV appearances include The Wall Street Journal Report, CNBC, CNN, The Turning Point, and the Brazilian Globotv network program “Jornal Nacional”. He has been an invited guest on FoxNews, PBS’s Nightly Business Report, and ABC’s 20/20.
Michael Zey serves as Executive Director of the Expansionary Institute ( http://www.zey.com ), is a Full Professor at Montclair State University, NJ. and consults to corporations and government agencies.
(Source: Expansionary News Service, Morristown, NJ.)
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